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Pulp- and Papermill Rosenthal
Outlook of the plant
Big chimney from the old lyeboiler of the ZPR at Blankenstein
New lyeboiler of the ZPR
ZPR seen from mainstreet
Demolition of the old chimney
Lyeboiler of the project "Rosenthal 2000"
Lyeboiler with turbinehall
Plant train no. 4
Plant train number 6 at work
Seen the plant from trainstation
Street to Woodchip Bearing-place
Plant train number 6 at railstation
Old chimney by demolition
Demolition seen from Bavaria
Lyeboiler at operation
Outlook to Blankeinstein
The Pulp- and Papermill Rosenthal is located in the southern part of the Thuringian Highland on the Saale river. The factory was sounded in 1883 as pulp mill with paper mill at Blankenberg. The technical aspect of the factory is very intresting. The highlights for photographs are the Lyeboiler and the cooker. It's very difficult to take photos of the factory. A secret tip is a vierwing plattform (50°24′20″N11°42′29″E / 50.405652°N 11.708094°E / 50.405652; 11.708094) near Blankenberg, accessible via a small trail. The first image shows the view. The other secret tip is the Wiedetower (50°23′51″N11°42′32″E / 50.397391°N 11.708764°E / 50.397391; 11.708764) on the bavarian site, built as a memorial for the founder of the pulp mill.
Railways and Trains
Southportal of the Kesselfelstunnel
Other watch of the portal
Passig place inside the tunnel
Outlook to the southportal
Isolators from former Telegraph lines
Northportal of the Kanzelfelstunnel
Bridge over the Selbitzriver
End of the active railline
Train at the railstation Lichtenberg
Former limitbridge between FRG and GDR
The Höllental railway is the southern part of the Triptis - Marxgrün railway on the bavarian site. After the separation of Germany to BRD and DDR, the railway was cut at the borderline near Blechschmidtenhammer. The rails in West-Germany were dismantled. Today only a few buildings testify from the railway: A bridge over the Selbitz river, two tunnels and the railstation Lichtenberg at Blechschmidtenhammer. Receive is also the embankment for the rails, but tt serves as a dry biotope.